Born in 1975 in Flemington, New Jersey Currently lives in Oakland, California
Caught between a love for both art and science, Andrew Kudless found a balance in his training as an architect and designer. After completing degrees in architecture at Tulane University and at the Architectural Association in London and working as an architect on several prominent museum designs in the United States, Andrew formed an experimental art and design practice that explores the emergent relationships between art, architecture, engineering, biology, and computation. His work investigates design methodologies of performative integration through geometric and material differentiation. Kudless is an assistant professor of architecture at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco. His work is in the permanent collection of SFMOMA and the Pompidou Centre, in Paris.